The OER Congress will take place at the Cankarjev Dom, the largest purpose-built congress centre in Slovenia. It is located in the very centre of Ljubljana, next to the Republic Square, in the immediate vicinity of the Parliament and city sights and within walking distance to all the proposed hotels in the city centre.
Cankarjev dom, Culture and Congress Centre
Prešernova cesta 10
Public Transit: From the main bus or railway station bus No. 9 will take you to our immediate vicinity – the Drama stop, where buses No. 1, 3, 6 and 19 also stop. Not far away there is also bus stop Kongresni trg, where buses No. 2, 10, 11, 13, 17, 20, 21 stop. Bus No 14 will also bring you near Cankarjev dom – to Prešeren street.
The host town Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, is the political and cultural heart of the Slovenian nation. It is an important European commercial, business, exhibition and congressional centre as well as the transport, science and education centre of Slovenia.
The city, with around 280,000 inhabitants, can be considered it was built for everybody. Ljubljana is regarded as a logistically stress-free destination – its compact size allows walking between most venues and hotels, including the proposed congress centre.
Slovenia (and Ljubljana) was in 2014 proclaimed Lonely Planet‘s Best Place in Europe and one of the Europe‘s most idyllic places to live by Forbes in 2008. Ljubljana was the European Green Capital 2016.
Official visitor information is available: http://www.ljubljana.si/.
Climate: Ljubljana has a marine west coast climate that is mild with no dry season and warm summers. The annual average temperature is 9.8 degrees Celsius (49.6 degrees Fahrenheit). Average monthly temperatures vary by 21 °C (37.8°F). Autumn/ fall temperatures decrease achieving average highs of 15.2°C (59.4°F) during the day and lows of 6.4°C (43.5°F) generally shortly after sunrise.